ARCHOS FHD adapter

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Archos
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 844.73K
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/XP/2003/NT
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.5.0.0 / 01 Jul 2003

Windows device driver information for ARCHOS FHD adapter

Archos is a French company. They paved the way in making the USB-related device – the ARCHOS AV-200 USB2.0 adapter. Henri Crohas established the company in the year 1988. Initially, it was a consumer electronic company. The ARCHOS FHD adapter is one those devices that helps Archos diversify its product range and acquire different markets. ARCHOS FHD adapter is a new form of technology more known as a type of USB. USBs have become the current trend and are mostly used for sending any type of data. Moreover, it is utilized in connecting a device to a computer. A lot of the manufacturers actually take advantage of this technology, especially with its ability to vary from voice telephony to audio playback and for recording. This allowed the USB tp gain control and to spread digital audio. Thus, the USB or Universal Serial Bus, since then, has been regarded as a mechanism that can generate communication between devices and a specific host controller.

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Most host controllers are referred to as personal computers or laptops. This has dramatically changed and replaced typical intentions for replacing certain types of serial and parallel ports. For its functionality, USBs are used for connecting to other computer devices. Other terms for these peripherals include mice, keyboards, digital cameras and printers as well as personal media players, flash drives and external hard drives. Many people are now using the USB to connect to different devices. Whether it’s for linking, connecting or for charging a specific mobile phone and pocket personal computers, the USB has truly become handy. The birth of USB technology paved the way for convenience, specifically through the first recognizable device known as the USB 1.0 specification. Aside from making life easier for all computer users and the long range of cables used, the USB also enables certain hardware to have greater bandwidth. This is a convenience for those using external devices. The first data transfer was at the height of 12 Mbit/s. This is why some companies find the USB really helpful. Due to this, it was further developed – producing the USB 2.0 specification. The device was then released in April 2000 as the first USB certified by the USB-IF at the end of 2001. Among the notable pioneers of the USB specification are Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Lucent Technologies or Alcatel-Lucent and NEC. Philips is also known to further administer the developments - paving the way for higher data transfer rates that range around 480 Mbit/s. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ARCHOS FHD adapter errors before installing any driver updates.